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Jan 9, 2013 7:00pm EST
"forbes" magazine working on the editorial side, a reporter and editor says steve is on the positions i guess we do it, i thought that might be kind of interesting. i had wanted to be a political reporter growing up, so i thought this might be cool. six months of. it was very interesting because i got to see the other side of the notebook. i was working as journalists, so it really helped me become a better choice. bright co. what did you learn about journalists? >> guest: in this case he traveled in a pack. they didn't care to understand, you know, some of the ajc candidate had. it is very sort of, the perception was he wanted a flat tax that he could enrich himself. that was the same depth as the analysis can't. and i am a person who likes to dig in and out and the the bottom of some pain. the kind of superficial approach of the campaign, which i understand because you're under the kind day in, day out was really kind of news to me. c-span: you can reach usually every sunday on the front page of the business section. today we recorded mr. in the front page of "the new york
Jan 11, 2013 7:00pm EST
private sector can be part of solution. c-span: let's watch steve bird. >> one company figured out how to lower health care costs by more than 40%. >> it's an idea with national attention. >> a safeway supermarket chain looked for a way to rename printemps and had to is a win-win solution. >> in 2005, with a billion health care bill granting that $100 billion a year. >> diabetics and prescriptions you can see how many scripts and the average script. >> what we discovered with 70% of health care costs are given by people's behaviors. >> and i had the affair was 200 pounds. i have made pizza, comics, dvds and that was the weekend. >> u.s. one day i haven't worked out, have been exercising to get busy and it's the last thing you really concerned about. >> i was chronically having colds and if there is a history of cancer and my family, diabetes, heart disease. i was a walking dead man. >> as a business guy that if we could influence behavior over 200,000 person workforce, we could have effects on health care costs. >> the easiest starting point was in the 30,000 nonunion workforce. i beli
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